March 24, 1938
London Chapter D.A.R. Has Youngest Regent In Nation
MISS MARGARET CHANCE HAS UNIQUE PLACE IN U.S. SOCIETY OF DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION
The honor of having the youngest regent of any chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in the country belongs to London Chapter, D.A.R., with Miss Margaret Chance, London, as the honored regent.
Miss Chance, who is 24 years of age, is serving as regent this year of the London Chapter.
She was born and reared in Chicago, Illinois; was graduated from the Le Moyne school, magna cum laude magna, and from the Lake View high school, magna cum laude with the class of 1930.
Miss Chance studied violin at the North Shore Conservatory of Music, Chicago, and played first violin in the conservatory and Lake View high school and the all-Chicago high school orchestras.
In 1930, Miss Chance attended Wittenberg college, Springfield and played first violin in the college orchestra.
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Chance, of London; and granddaughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Joseph William Chance and the late Dr. Timothy Downing Beach and Mrs. Beach. Her mother is the former Miss Ada Beach, Class of 1907, Wittenberg college.
In 1935, Miss Chance was sent to Washington, D.C., as a page for the Associated Council, United States Daughters of 1812.
Miss Chance has continued her musical work in local and state circles and is deeply interest in the patriotic work of the Daughters of the American Revolution.